1. I normally take pennies
2. I normally leave pennies
3. I break even, approximately
4. Abolish the penny! Round everything to the nearest nickel!
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I have to second GB-PVR. The thing plays files in any container I throw at it, and integrates support for daemon tools so you can load
I am the webmaster of the webpage for the band Billy Pilgrim, http://www.billypilgrim.net/
Average visitor is probably well educated & in mid-30s as this band was popular in colleges in the late 90s but is no longer active.
That is Sofa King Awesome!
...according to the place where I get my news.
2. Every 2 months
3. Every 6 months
4. Every year
5. Every 2 years
6. I'm still using Windows 3.1"
A woman in Maine broke a CFL and, rather than carefully cleaning the mess up herself, she called Home Depot. They told her not to vacuum, and directed her to call Poison Control. Poison Control directed her to the Maine DEP, who then sent an agent. The agent told her to call in a toxic waste team to give an estimate. Naturally, they told her it was going to be around $2,000. She heard that number, walled off the bedroom and alerted the local media.
Enter Fox News, where Steven "Junk Science" Milloy a well known, self-appointed "Junk Science expert" and global warming denier, writes an editorial extolling the dangers of CFLs to you, me, and our precious, precious babies.
The article emphasizes that evolution is not necessarily linear, in that a given trait might show up multiple times before being used by a successful species. We've come a long way from the old story of humanoid evolution that goes in a more or less linear chain from Australopithicus to Homo Sapiens.Unlike the earlier wave of Homo erectus into Asia a million years ago, the first modern humans, the ancestors of everyone today, departed Africa about 66,000 years ago... These pilgrims were strikingly few. From the amount of variation in Y chromosomes today, population geneticists infer how many individuals were in this "founder" population. The best estimate: 2,000 men. Assuming an equal number of women, only 4,000 brave souls ventured forth from Africa. We are their descendants.